How to make a normal stamp into a Christmas stamp
Turning a fun Surf Board stamp into a Christmas Card. Click the here or watch below for the full tutorial.
I had so much fun making this card! I love anything beachy, so it was fun to turn this into a fun Christmas card. I stamped the Surf Board images and then drew the lights on the surf boards.
I used Copic markers to color the Surf Board's and the Christmas lights. I cut the images out by hand. I stamped and used embossing powder on the waves and then colored them with Copic markers.
The white background is cut a 1/2" smaller than an A2 size card. The red cardstock is cut 1/4" smaller than an A2 size card base. I adhered the waves and surf board's with foam tape for dimension and stamped the sentiment. I hope you enjoyed this card and I hope it inspires you to think of your stamps in a different way.
Simon Hurley Surf's Up Stamp:
Simon Hurley Wild Waves Background Stamp:
Ranger Archival Vermilion Ink:
Ranger Diamond Stickles:
Ranger Grey Embossing Ink:
Ranger Holographic embossing powder:
SSS Tiny Words Christmas Stamp:
SSS Intense Black Ink:
Tim Holtz paper trimmer:
Music By: Joe Petty
All opinions are my own. I use various companies products and I use what I like. There are some affiliated links above, it costs you nothing to use them but, it helps me to continue to create. Thank you for all your love and support. You are a blessing to me.